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The Freshwater Mussels (Unionoida) of the World
(and other less consequential bivalves)

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Publication Information

Campbell, D.C., J.M. Serb, J.E. Buhay, K.J. Roe, R.L. Minton & C. Lydeard. 2005. Phylogeny of North American amblemines (Bivalvia, Unionidae): prodigious polyphyly proves pervasive across genera. Invertebrate Biology 124(2): 131-164.
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Species Described
Medionidus accutissimus Campbell et al., 2005.
‘Lea’ Campbell et al., 2005, Invert. Biol.: 154.
(error for Unio acutissimus Lea, 1831)
= Medionidus acutissimus
 
Plethobasus cyphus Campbell et al., 2005.
‘Rafinesque’ Campbell et al., 2005, Invert. Biol.: 154.
(error for Obliquaria cyphya Rafinesque, 1820)
= Plethobasus cyphyus
 
Pleurobema georgianum Campbell et al., 2005.
‘Lea’ Campbell et al., 2005, Invert. Biol.: 154.
(reference to Pleurobema georgianum Campbell et al., 2005)
= Pleurobema athearni
 
Uniomerus declivus Williams et al., 1993.
‘Say’ Of Authors.
Vidrine, 1993, Histr. Distr. Freshw. Mussels LA: 86.
Williams et al., 1993, Fisheries: 14.
Campbell et al., 2005, Invert. Biol.: 155.
(error for Unio declivis Say, 1831)
= Uniomerus declivis
 
Taxonomic Opinions
Actinonaias ligamentina (Lamarck, 1819). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Actinonaias pectorosa (Conrad, 1834). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Amblema elliottii (Lea, 1856). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Amblema plicata (Say, 1817). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Anodonta cygnea (Linnaeus, 1758). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Anodonta oregonensis (Lea, 1838). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Cumberlandia monodonta (Say, 1829). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Cyclonaias tuberculata (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
Cyprogenia aberti (Conrad, 1850). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Cyprogenia stegaria (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Cyrtonaias tampicoensis (Lea, 1838). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Dromus dromas (Lea, 1834). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Ellipsaria lineolata (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Elliptio arca (Conrad, 1834). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Elliptio crassidens (Lamarck, 1819). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Elliptio dilatata (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Elliptoideus sloatianus (Lea, 1840). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Epioblasma brevidens (Lea, 1831). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Epioblasma capsaeformis (Lea, 1831). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Epioblasma florentina walkeri (Wilson & Clark, 1914). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Epioblasma triquetra (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Fusconaia barnesiana (Lea, 1838). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Fusconaia cerina (Conrad, 1838). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Fusconaia cor (Conrad, 1834). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Fusconaia cuneolus (Lea, 1840). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Fusconaia ebena (Lea, 1831). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Fusconaia escambia (Clench & Turner, 1956). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Fusconaia flava (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Fusconaia subrotunda (Lea, 1831). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Fusconaia succissa (Lea, 1852). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Glebula rotundata (Lamarck, 1819). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Gonidea angulata (Lea, 1838). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Hemistena lata (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Hyriopsis cumingii (Lea, 1852). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Inversidens japanensis (Lea, 1859). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Lampsilis altilis (Conrad, 1834). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Lampsilis australis Simpson, 1900. — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Lampsilis cardium (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Lampsilis ornata (Conrad, 1835). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Lampsilis ovata (Say, 1817). — Campbell et al. (2005: 153).
Lampsilis perovalis (Conrad, 1834). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Lampsilis siliquoidea (Barnes, 1823). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Lampsilis subangulata (Lea, 1840). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Lampsilis teres (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Lasmigona costata (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Lasmigona holstonia etowahensis (Lea, 1858). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Lemiox rimosus (Rafinesque, 1831). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Leptodea fragilis (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Leptodea leptodon (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Lexingtonia dolabelloides (Lea, 1840). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Ligumia nasuta (Say, 1817). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Ligumia recta (Lamarck, 1819). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Margaritifera margaritifera (Linnaeus, 1758). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Medionidus accutissimus [sic] (Lea, 1831). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Medionidus conradicus (Lea, 1834). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Megalonaias nervosa (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Obliquaria reflexa Rafinesque, 1820. — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Obovaria jacksoniana (Frierson, 1912). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Obovaria olivaria (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Obovaria rotulata (Wright, 1899). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Obovaria subrotunda (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Obovaria unicolor (Lea, 1845). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Plectomerus dombeyanus (Valenciennes, 1827). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Plethobasus cyphus [sic] (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Pleurobema chattanoogaense (Lea, 1858). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Pleurobema clava (Lamarck, 1819). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Pleurobema collina (Conrad, 1837). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Pleurobema cordatum (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Pleurobema decisum (Lea, 1831). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Pleurobema furvum (Conrad, 1834). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Pleurobema georgianum (Lea, 1841). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Pleurobema gibberum (Lea, 1838). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Pleurobema hanleyianum (Lea, 1852). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Pleurobema oviforme (Conrad, 1834). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Pleurobema perovatum (Conrad, 1834). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Pleurobema pyriforme (Lea, 1857). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Pleurobema rubellum (Conrad, 1834). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Pleurobema rubrum (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Pleurobema sintoxia (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Pleurobema strodeanum (Wright, 1898). — Campbell et al. (2005: 154).
Pleurobema taitianum (Lea, 1834). — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
Pleurobema troschelianum (Lea, 1852). — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
Popenaias popeii (Lea, 1857). — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
Potamilus alatus (Say, 1817). — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
Potamilus purpuratus (Lamarck, 1819). — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
Psilunio littoralis (Cuvier, 1798). — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
Ptychobranchus fasciolaris (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
Pyganodon grandis (Say, 1829). — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
Quadrula apiculata (Say, 1829). — Campbell et al. (2005: 157).
Quadrula kieneriana (Lea, 1852). — Campbell et al. (2005: 157).
Quadrula metanevra (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2005: 157).
Quadrula nobilis (Conrad, 1854). — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
Quadrula quadrula (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
Quincuncina burkei Walker, 1922. — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
Quincuncina infucata (Conrad, 1834). — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
Quincuncina kleiniana (Lea, 1852). — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
Strophitus subvexus (Conrad, 1834). — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
Toxolasma parvus (Barnes, 1823). — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
Toxolasma texasiensis (Lea, 1857). — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
Tritogonia verrucosa (Rafinesque, 1820). — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
Truncilla truncata Rafinesque, 1820. — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
Uniomerus declivus [sic] (Say, 1831). — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
Venustaconcha ellipsiformis (Conrad, 1836). — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
Venustaconcha pleasii (Marsh, 1891). — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
Villosa iris (Lea, 1829). — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
Villosa vanuxemensis (Lea, 1838). — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
Villosa villosa (Wright, 1898). — Campbell et al. (2005: 155).
 
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